Dana Ward of the Fort Frances Her-icanes looked to make solid contact with a pitch during her squad's 12-4 win over the Red Gut Babes in the Rainy River District Women's Fastball league final Monday evening at VanJura here.
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Scott Andersen and Tim Donaghue had such a good time at their first Morson Bass International last year that they thought they would repeat that success this past weekend.
The Bemidji, Mn. natives captured the MBI title for the second-straight year Sunday with a two-day haul of 36.03 pounds to top the 18-team field.
Al's Racquet Stringing proved last week that it's not how you start, it's how you finish.
After ending the regular season behind front-running La Place Rendez-Vous in the standings, it was second-place Al's who had the last laugh in the Borderland Soccer League's women's division championship final last Tuesday evening.
That gust of wind you feel is from the Fort Frances Her-icanes cruising to another championship.
Marissa Kerry pitched a complete-game five-hitter to pace the fourth-seeded Her-icanes to a 12-4 romp over the second-seeded Red Gut Babes to claim their third-straight Rainy River District Women's Fastball League title.
Red Gut Babes' third baseman Syd White looked to unleash a throw across the diamond to first base to record an out after fielding a soft grounder during her squad's 12-4 loss to the Fort Frances Her-icanes in the Rainy River District Women's Fastball League final Monday evening at VanJura. It was the Babes' second championship loss to the Her-icanes, previously falling to them in 2016.
It was all smiles and jubilation for members of the Fort Frances Her-icanes as they gathered around team captain Stacy Patey to hoist the championship trophy after downing the Red Gut Babes 12-4 in the Rainy River District Women's Fastball League final Monday evening at VanJura.
Katie Beninger of Al's Racquet Stringing looked to kick the ball out of harm's way during her squad's 3-2 win over La Place Rendez-Vous in the Borderland Soccer League's women's division final last Tuesday evening at the St. Francis Sports Field. The championship win was a nice reward for Al's after they had finished behind the Vous in the regular-season standings.
For any aspiring hockey player, the opportunity to represent your country in a national tournament definitely is at the top of the list of dream experiences.
That dream became a reality for Raygan Kirk when she suited up for Team Canada's national U18 team in a best-of-three series against Team USA last week in Calgary, Alta.
After years of finishing as the top team in the regular season, only to come up short in the playoffs, CJ Contracting finally got the proverbial monkey off its back.
Les Morrison of Baudette, Mn., right, and his partner, Bill Stay, held up their 19.20-pound Day 2 haul that helped them earn a fifth-place finish at the 2018 Morson Bass International on Sunday afternoon. Their catch on the final day also was the biggest bag of the tournament.